Four Exquisite New Residences, Including Penthouse Model Now Open for Virtual & Socially Distanced In-Person Tours
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (Jan. 26, 2021) – Four exquisite new condominium residences officially hit the San Francisco market this week as DM Development unveiled the Penthouse Collection at Union House, offering some of the city’s most spectacular views of the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Bay and other iconic cultural landmarks.
Ranging in price from $4 million to mid-$8 million, the Penthouse Collection is the premier offering at the $120 million luxury condominium community located at the nexus of San Francisco’s most coveted neighborhoods including Pacific Heights, Russian Hill, Cow Hollow and the Marina. Perched on the highest floor of the seven-story building, there are four distinctive penthouses remaining that feature two- and three-bedroom floor plans that range in size from 1,618 to 2,437 square feet and offer ample opportunity to customize layouts to suit a buyer’s lifestyle.
Union House is one of the largest and most sophisticated new developments in the area in the past two decades, and the Penthouse Collection features expansive private terraces that span 207 to 782 square feet and allow for the ultimate indoor-and-outdoor living experience complete with oversized, bronze-framed doors that lead to serene greenery and wide-open views of the Presidio, Palace of Fine Arts, Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Bay, Alcatraz, Marin Headlands, Tiburon and beyond.
Designed by the internationally acclaimed Handel Architects, the Penthouse Collection marries classic details, modern styling and finishes of the finest quality. Each residence is timelessly crafted with high ceilings, European wide-plank oak flooring and seven-foot picture-frame windows that offer an abundance of natural light. Custom Italian Arabescato Calacatta marble countertops, dark-oak cabinetry that gives a nod to the bronze exterior of the building and high-end appliances and fixtures from Waterworks make the kitchen the heart of the home. Each master bathroom is clad in a sumptuous palette of light Italian Carrera marble with contrasting borders and features a freestanding tub by Victoria & Albert, handmade custom white lacquer vanities, and modern Waterworks fixtures in polished nickel.
Amidst strong demand for the Penthouse Collection, a fifth penthouse home quietly sold and set a 2020 San Francisco real estate record for the highest price-per-square-foot price achieved at $3,015 per-square foot.
“With Union House nearly 30% sold, we are excited to formally release our Penthouse Collection, an exclusive set of grand residences with unparalleled refinement and spectacular views that will be among the most coveted homes currently on the market in San Francisco,” said Mark MacDonald, CEO of DM Development. “We look forward to continuing our positive sales momentum at Union House as we start tours this week of our extraordinary three-bedroom penthouse model residence.”
One of the biggest selling points for Union House has been the carefully curated amenity offerings, which were inspired by European boutique hotels. Upon arrival, residents are greeted by a soaring, double-height attended lobby with luxurious finishes, complemented by an intimate, seated parlor with a custom-marble fireplace. The Sky Lounge, at the top of the building, is the crown jewel, featuring an outdoor fire table, chic lounge seating, an outdoor grill and dining spaces.
At Union House, residents will be connected to only the best of what the city has to offer. Located just steps away from world-class dining, renowned wellness and fitness studios, high-end shopping and quintessential nearby parks including Alta Plaza, Lafayette Park, Crissy Field, the Presidio and the waterfront, Union House puts the neighborhood’s vibrant cultural convergence at the forefront of the resident experience.
Opening this week is a three-bedroom model penthouse residence now available for virtual and private, socially distanced tours. The Union House Sales Gallery is located at 1515 Union Street in San Francisco and appointments can be scheduled by visiting website or by calling 415-351-1510.
About Union House
Developed by DM Development, Union House is a luxury condominium community that offers a limited collection of 41 distinctive residences at the convergence of San Francisco’s most desirable neighborhoods including Pacific Heights, Russian Hill, Cow Hollow and the Marina. Featuring one-, two- and three-bedroom floorplans, along with multi-level townhouses and penthouses with private rooftop terraces, each residence offers an unparalleled level of refinement that marries classic details, modern styling and finishes of the finest quality with extraordinary views of the Golden Gate Bridge, the San Francisco Bay and the city skyline. Designed by award-winning Handel Architects, the exterior stone-panel and bronze façade masterfully blends the warm tones, textures and details from the neighborhood with a palette of clean, contemporary lines and refined materiality. An extensive focus was put on offering carefully curated amenities and services including a soaring, double-height attended lobby with exquisite finishes; an intimate, seated parlor with a custom-marble fireplace; and a Sky Lounge, perched atop the seventh story, that features an outdoor fire table, chic lounge seating, an outdoor grill and dining spaces and breathtaking views. Combining old-world sophistication with elegant, contemporary design and bespoke interior finishes, Union House is destined to become one of the city’s most distinguished addresses.
About DM Development
Headquartered in San Francisco, DM Development is a prominent real estate and investment firm that sets new standards for residential development by creating projects that combine bold architectural design with progressive sustainability features to enrich communities and redefine modern living. With a philosophy centered on the three pillars of design, living, and community, DM Development collaborates with visionary architects and designers to create remarkable new homes that push the boundaries for design and reflect an uncompromising attention to detail and focus on quality. Notable projects include 8 Octavia, 400 Grove, 450 Hayes, 815 Tennessee, 188 Octavia in San Francisco and The Harland in West Hollywood.